Under data protection law we are legally required to provide information about how we use your information in a way that is:

  • Concise
  • Transparent
  • Easy to understand
  • Accessible
  • Written in clear, plain language, particularly if addressed to a child
  • Free of charge

The personal information we hold about you must be:

  • Used lawfully, fairly and in a transparent way
  • Collected only for valid purposes that we have clearly explained to you and not used in any way that is incompatible with those purposes
  • Relevant to the purposes we have told you about and limited only to those purposes
  • Accurate and kept up to date
  • Kept only as long as necessary for the purposes we have told you about
  • Securely stored

You may contact our Data Protection officer via the contact us page.


The Bribery Act 2010 came into effect on 1st July 2011. Bribery is defined as giving someone a financial or other advantage to encourage that person to perform their functions or activities improperly or to reward that person for having already done so. The maximum penalty for bribery is ten years imprisonment, with an unlimited fine.

As a result, I confirm that Medinet will commit sufficient time and resources to the development and embedding of an appropriate anti-bribery programme to include:

  • a commitment to carry out business fairly, honestly and openly
  • a commitment to zero tolerance towards bribery
  • the consequences of breaching the policies for employees and managers
  • the avoidance of doing business with others who do not commit to doing business without bribery as a ‘best practice’ objective
  • the protection and procedures for confidential reporting of bribery (whistleblowing)
  • to support key individuals and departments involved in the development and implementation of the bribery prevention procedures


The material available through this publication scheme is subject to Medinet’s copyright unless otherwise indicated. Unless expressly indicated on the material to the contrary, it may be reproduced free of charge in any format or medium, provided it is reproduced accurately and not used in a misleading manner. Where any of the copyright items in this scheme are being re-published or copied to others, you must identify the source of the material and acknowledge the copyright status.

Permission to reproduce material does not extend to any material accessed through the publication scheme that is the copyright of third parties. You must obtain authorisation to reproduce such material from the copyright holders concerned.

For Her Majesty’s Stationery Office (HMSO) guidance notes on a range of copyright issues, please see the external link box or contact:

  • HMSO Licensing Division
  • St Clements House
  • 2-16 Colegate
  • Norwich, NR3 1BQ

Subject Access

You have a legal right to access personal information held about you; this is called a subject access request under data protection, and in some cases you have the right to access information about a deceased individual. If you wish to access your personal information or request on behalf of someone else, please contact us.

Include full contact details, enough information to help us identify you and describing what data you would like. Please be aware we will require evidence of ID and legal right to access data for some requests- we will advise you if this is the case.

We have a legal duty to reply promptly and at the most within 40 days, starting from the day we receive both any fee (if applicable) and the information needed to identify you and the information you need. If we reasonably need more information to help find your information or identify you, we will write to ask you for the information we need. We will then wait until we have all the necessary information as well as the fee before dealing with your request.

Further information on your rights under data protection can be found at www.ico.gov.uk

Modern Slavery Statement

This statement is made pursuant to s.54 of the Modern Slavery Act 2015 and sets out the steps that Medinet has taken and is continuing to take to ensure that modern slavery is not taking place within our business.

How do we source our staff?

Medinet advertise positions on through various social media, online recruitment platforms, gain referrals from those working on contracts for Medinet and by networking.

Medinet does not tolerate any individual, group or organisation who subjects workers to Modern Slavery during their operations. Medinet conforms to regulations set out in legislation.

Our Approach

Medinet is committed to ensuring that our business and chain of suppliers do not tolerate Modern Slavery, forced labour or Human Trafficking. Candidates are vetted accordingly with recruitment guidelines for right to work documentation and working closely with the Home Office when verification is required.

Medinet actively encourages anyone, including colleagues, suppliers, candidates and clients to report any issue or concerns about potential unethical business practices, such as fraud, bribery, slavery or human trafficking and will work with parties to ensure such concerns are investigated properly and dealt with efficiently and effectively.